As if Milwaukee needed any more reason to love Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich, the National League MVP made history again Sunday.
In a game against the St. Louis Cardinals, Yelich homered in the fourth game of the season, making him 4-for-4 so far this season. Saturday was his third time doing so, and the first time in franchise history a player had such a streak.
— MLB Stats (@MLBStats) March 30, 2019
He joins an exclusive few that have been able to accomplish the task.
.@ChristianYelich has just become the sixth player in @MLB history to homer in each of his team’s first 4 games of the season, joining Trevor Story (2016), Chris Davis (2013), Nelson Cruz (2011), Mark McGwire (1998) and Willie Mays (1971). #Brewers
— Mike Vassallo (@MikeVassallo13) March 31, 2019